What if my memories aren’t real memories at all? Perhaps none of it ever happened. Perhaps, rather than erasing my memories, someone overwrote them
with pseudo-memories, fantasies, fictions that never actually took place.
Elisabeth wakes up in a deserted airport, where the last survivors of the human race have gathered after a catastrophic event that destroyed the world. The sun is obscured, the earth cold, the air poisonous. The survivors are dependent on one another. But nobody remembers the disaster or life before the airport. And there turn out to be even more gaps in the story. Elisabeth wants to get to the bottom of it. First, she needs to get her memories back. But does she really want to do that?